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Oklahoma News Report

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Oklahoma News Report

April 12, 2010 (28:39)

MORE THAN HALF OF ALL CHILD GUIDANCE CENTERS AT STATE HEALTH DEPARTMENTS ARE SHUTTING DOWN DUE TO BUDGET CUTS. TEA PARTY LEADERS AND SOME MEMBERS OF THE OKLAHOMA LEGISLATURE SAY THEY WOULD LIKE TO CREATE A VOLUNTEER MILITIA TO DEFEND AGAINST WHAT THEY SEE AS FEDERAL INFRINGEMENT ON STATE SOVEREIGNTY.

Originally broadcast on April 12, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

April 9, 2010 (28:40)

The Attorney General Drew Edmondson says filing a lawsuit against the new Health Care law, would be a waste of time and money becuase it would likely fail.

Originally broadcast on April 9, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

April 30, 2010 (35:56)

The head of Oklahoma’s Devon Energy says the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico makes it unlikely the federal government will allow further offshore drilling. Larry Nichols says the spill is uncharted territory. School patrons in Avant have rejected annexation plans as a way to keep their school open beyond next year. Plans call for operations to continue until the money runs out. Tonight is game six of the NBA playoff series between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Los Angeles Lakers. City leaders are beaming over the financial impact the playoffs have had on Oklahoma City’s economy and the glowing publicity the series is receiving in the national media. Norman and Tulsa are listed among the top 100 cities to relocate to in the country. Tulsa is in the top 10. In-Depth tonight with the Journal Record on the top business news stories of the week.

Originally broadcast on April 30, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

April 8, 2010 (28:39)

Employees of the Department of Human Services may soon be working four day-nine hour work weeks. DHS officials say that will save $30-million. The plan will start in July if approved by the DHS Commission. Oklahoma’s director of Homeland Security is now part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s National Preparedness Task Force. A coalition of business and labor groups is vowing to work against State Question 744. The issue, to be voted on in November, would force the state to spend enough money over a three year period to meet the regional average of per-student school spending. Tonight we talk In-Depth with supporters of State Question 744 to get their side of the issue.

Originally broadcast on April 8, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

April 7, 2010 (28:40)

A bill to again revamp the states Workers’ Compensation Court has cleared a House committee. The bill, among other things, would cut the number of judges, create the new position of medical director and simply complaining of pain could no longer be part of determining a worker’s impairment. Oklahoma U.S. Senator Tom Coburn’s comment that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is a “nice person” is drawing national attention. Coburn made the statement during a recent town hall meeting and admonished the crowd on the need for civility. A new study ranks Oklahoma the 13th most dangerous state to live in. The ranking is based on crime statistics. The state was ranked 9th for assaults, 16th in murder and 10th for the number of rapes. A new study from OUHSC finds coffee helps to fight off diabetes. You just have to drink a lot of it every day to make a measurable difference.

Originally broadcast on April 7, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

April 15, 2010 (30:00)

Originally broadcast on April 15, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

April 14, 2010 (30:00)

Originally broadcast on April 14, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

April 28, 2010 (28:35)

A Tulsa abortion clinic reports it has begun complying with new state laws requiring ultra sound exams with descriptions of the fetus to the woman seeking an abortion. So far none have changed their mind about the procedure. The state Tax Commission may be conducting an audit of tax credits which cost the state more than $5.6-billion dollars a year. Tax Commission officials will say only that to comment on an audit would violate civil and criminal statutes. House Speaker Chris Benge is touting the value of a tax credit for cars powers by compressed natural gas. Honda dealers in Oklahoma are now offering CNG powered Civics’. The American Lung Association is giving Tulsa, Oklahoma and 5 other counties in the state a failing grade for clean air. While the number of ozone days is going down, there are still too many for the Association to give the state a passing grade. Some Oklahoma doctors are joining a nationwide petition drive urging congress to raise reimbursement rates. The doctors say they will have to limit the number of Medicare patients they can see unless they are paid more. In-Depth tonight we talk with Oklahoma music legend, Patti Page. At age 82, the Claremore native is back in the recording studio working on another album.

Originally broadcast on April 28, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

April 6, 2010 (35:59)

Originally broadcast on April 6, 2010


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Oklahoma News Report

March 31, 2010 (28:30)

Governor Henry is warning lawmakers that part of the new budget deal must involve removal of some tax credits and other savings he has outlined. The governor says cuts alone will cause “irreparable and damaging” effects on state services. A House committee has approved a bill removing language from a state law that prohibited municipalities from buying electricity created by nuclear power plants. Tonight we talk In-Depth with an Oklahoma energy expert on the impact of the President’s new plan to open up some off-shore drilling leases. Several communities are upset with the state Tax Commission for not aggressively going after businesses that fail to remit sales taxes.

Originally broadcast on March 31, 2010